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Farm fined $60k for hiring illegal workers

A Kooweerup farming company that employed illegal workers from Springvale and Clayton to pick and pack asparagus and broccolini has been fined $60,000. M&G Vizzarri...

Bid to stop IBAC delays

The State Opposition has launched a Bill to expedite the tabling of anti-corruption body reports, which are being delayed by “unnecessary legal delays and...

Protecting most vulnerable in climate emergencies

In climate disasters, research shows people with disabilities are four times more likely to die. The vulnerability of such community members was discussed at a...

Free driving lessons to boost road safety

Almost 3000 newly arrived migrants and disadvantaged young Victorians will receive free road safety education and professional driving lessons to ensure they’re confident and...

Getting more female tradies

An all-female ‘Try a Tech Trade program’ will run at Dandenong Chisholm on Saturday 26 June from 10am-3pm. Run by the Australian Industry Group, in...

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A Floral Muse Exhibition: An opportunity to admire the beauty of the decorative use of flowers and plants to embellish home furnishings, create amazing public...

Ciao bambini

Students at St Gerard's Primary School in Dandenong had an Italian day on Friday 3 June. Italian is the language taught at the school and...

Drummers beat a rhythm

Dandenong Market welcomed 23,500 visitors on Sunday 5 June for its Auscema Beats event. There was dance, a drumming workshop and live entertainment with Djembi...

Money into community

The Noble Park Public Hall has been leased to the City of Greater Dandenong (CGD) meaning hall trustees no longer have responsibility of hiring...

Hip-pocket hit hard

Dandenong's Salvation Army is the busiest in the southeast as people grapple with financial stress amid increasing cost-of-living. With many still behind financially after the...

Rays, Gippslanders, show potential in under 16s championships

It was an almost game for Jasper Alger in Vic Country's first bout of the under-16s National Championships on Saturday 11 June against Vic...

Into the 21st century

Keysborough’s Serbian Orthodox Church has received state government funding under the Multicultural Community Infrastructure Fund. The church received $489,000 under the fund which aims to...

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IBAC Bill defeated

A State Coalition’s bid to hasten the release of IBAC’s reports has been narrowly defeated in State Parliament. Labor MPs, with the support of cross-benchers...

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